Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Tiny protein tubes in the brain known as ‘microtubules’ may be linked to mental illness say neuroscientists. One for Penrose to wave around in the next consciousness debate.
Men and women not so psychologically different claims US psychologist.
Large-scale study finds older and newer antipsychotic medication of broadly equal effectiveness (via ScienceBlog).
The first face transplant is considered anew. A 2002 article (PDF) asks what might the psychological effects of such a transplant be ?
New York Times considers what swearing tells us about the organisation and development of the brain (grabbed from BoingBoing)
A microsensor is being developed that could be injected into the brain of a person with motor neurone disease to transmit important information to doctors.
Cognitive Daily has a great article on the interaction between race and the perception of attractiveness in others.